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We are a Christ centered community committed to educating a diverse group of learners to the Catholic way of life, which stresses openness, co-operation and service to one another.


December 2, 2021

Dear St. Ann families,

Together with the Thunder Bay District Health Unit and Superior North EMS, precautionary COVID-19 testing will take place tomorrow (Saturday, December 4th) at St. Ann School between the hours of 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

EMS will be on site to perform voluntary asymptomatic COVID-19 testing for any St. Ann students and staff who are unaffected, low-risk cohorts that have not been advised to isolate. If you are planning to attend, please bring your Health Card with you. This is a precautionary measure to ensure there is no further school spread.

Please utilize the booking link here to register. In booking, this will ensure you have a time allocated and will help alleviate traffic. Please use the bus loading zone.

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Paramedics, Public Health nurses, TBDHU staff and TBCDSB Staff for quickly implementing this precautionary testing at our school.

On a positive note, the majority of our cohorts will be returning on Monday and Tuesday.

Please see the attached letter from the TBDHU.


December 2nd

Dear Families,

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit has identified an additional COVID-19 case associated with St. Ann School.

Parents, Guardians and Staff of this cohort have been contacted by members of TBCDSB.This situation also impacts the previous school bus cohort, these students have been home isolating.

A thorough cleaning and disinfection process will be underway within the school. This deep clean will be performed by a third party, which entails disinfectant fogging.

ONLY those who are symptomatic or not fully vaccinated will remain at home. TBDHU will continue to monitor the situation and advise if there are any changes.

Privacy is extremely important to us, our staff and our families. The identity of the positive case will not be disclosed.

Our thoughts and prayers are all with our previously dismissed cohorts and newly dismissed cohort.

Thank you,


November 26th, 2021

Dear Families,

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit has declared an Outbreak at St. Ann School.
Please click/tap here to read full details from Dr. DeMille.

Our School remains open for face-to-face learning for all un-dismissed cohorts.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

 


November 25, 2021

Dear Families,

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit has identified an additional 4 COVID-19 cases associated with St. Ann School. The Health Unit is investigating to see whether these incidents are related.

Parents, Guardians and Staff of this cohort have been contacted by members of TBCDSB.

A thorough cleaning and disinfection process will be underway within the school. This deep clean will be performed by a third party, which entails disinfectant fogging. ONLY those who are symptomatic or not fully vaccinated will remain at home. TBDHU will continue to monitor the situation and advise if there are any changes.

Privacy is extremely important to us, our staff and our families. The identity of the positive case will not be disclosed.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.

 


November 23, 2021

Dear Families,

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit has identified a COVID-19 case associated with St. Ann School. The TBDHU has advised that the individual has not been in the school setting for an extended period of time. As a precaution, the Health Unit has asked that possible close contacts be dismissed from school and be tested as an added safety measure. The isolation period will be determined by Public Health.

Parents, Guardians and Staff of this cohort have been contacted by members of TBCDSB.

This situation also impacts two school bus cohorts, and these students have been notified by the school and will be followed up with Public Health.

ONLY those who are symptomatic or not fully vaccinated will remain at home. TBDHU will continue to monitor the situation and advise if there are any changes.

Privacy is extremely important to us, our staff and our families. The identity of the positive case will not be disclosed.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.

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School Prayer

School Prayer

Good and gracious God,
We thank you for the gift of your love
And for all of our blessings,
Especially our families,
Friends, and school community.

We thank you for St. Ann,
Mother of Mary and
Grandmother of Jesus,
Who gave us the gift of prayer.

Guide us so that we may strive to follow
In Jesus’ footsteps.
Help us to remember that we are
All created in your image.
Protect us as we live, love
And pray as one Catholic community
Through Jesus Christ, our Lord,

Amen

St. Ann

Saint Anne (also known as Ann or Anna) of David's house and line, was the mother of Mary and grandmother of Jesus according to apocryphal Christian and Islamic tradition.

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St. Ann

1130 Georgina Avenue
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 3J1

Tel: (807) 577-7211
Fax: (807) 475-9352

email: stann@tbcschools.ca

https://tbcschools.ca/st-ann

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